Roundup Cancer Lawsuits

roundup cancer lawsuits

Glyphosate is listed as a ‘probable carcinogen’ according tot he American Cancer Society. It is the most common herbicide and weedkiller in agricultural and farming environments in the USA. It is also one of the most popular home garden weedkiller and is made by numerous different companies under many different names. The Monsanto brand Roundup, and all of it’s different variations, have been the subject of intense scrutiny and litigation in recent years due to failing to post warning labels of the bottles of Roundup sold over the past several decades. If, or a loved one, has been diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, leukemia or any type of cancer and have a history of Roundup weedkiller use please contact our mass tort lawyers handling Roundup cancer lawsuits in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and Washington D.C.

Our Baltimore, MD Roundup injury attorneys offer free, and thorough, case reviews. No fees unless they recover benefits and monetary compensation you. Proudly serving accident, injury and occupational disease victims throughout the entire country including MD, DE, PA, NJ, NY, NV, CA, TX, FL, IL, MI, GA, TN and WV.

How Does Roundup Induce Cancer?

Roundup is merely the brand name of the weedkiller. The weedkiller Roundup alone does not cause cancer or any other illness. However the herbicide it contains does and that herbicide is the very potent, broad spectrum herbicide glyphosate. As with all cancer causing agents aka carcinogens, glyphosate disrupts and interferes with biological processes at the cellular level. Cells divide and repair themselves all the time in humans. If no carcinogens or possible carcinogens are present everything is fine. But if a carcinogen is present in cells the cells ability to control the division is hindered and the cell cannot regulate itself. This leads to the very rapid division of cells and the lymph system cannot stop the process. From there tumors grow and many parts of the body are impacted.

Cancers & Illnesses Linked To Roundup Exposure

There are many different types of cancer associated with Roundup use. These are Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, B-Cell Lymphoma, T-Cell Lymphoma, Hairy Cell Leukemia, Multiple Myeloma, blood cancer, brain cancer, stomach cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer and prostate cancer.

In addition to cancers being exposed to glyphosate at home or work can lead to birth defects, birth injuries, ADD, ADHD, hypothyroidism, anencephaly, autism, depression, Colitis, Celiac Disease, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, heart disease, liver disease, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBS), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS), Parkinson’s Disease and more.

Are Glyphosate & Roundup Teratogens?

A teratogen is any drug, chemical, compound or pathogen that has the capacity to disrupt the growth of a fetus in the womb. Glyphosate is a very toxic teratogen. Being exposed to, or using Roundup while pregnant can end in miscarriages, infertility in men and women, stillbirths, Autism, Anencephaly, imperforate anus, hypospadias (displaced urethra opening), human growth hormone (HGH) deficiency, heart defects, micro-penis and problems during puberty. If you suffered the loss of a child, or your child was born with birth defects, you may qualify for benefits and financial compensation. Please connect with our catastrophic injury attorneys handling Roundup injury claims nationwide.

Attorneys Handling Roundup Cancer Lawsuits

You absolutely have rights if you, or your child, have been injured, have fallen ill or have died due to glyphosate exposure. Please contact our toxic tort injury attorneys to discuss your claim. Free case exams and no fee unless they win for you. Handling Roundup cancer lawsuits throughout the entire country. This includes all farms, rural areas and major metro areas such as Annapolis, Baltimore, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Boston, New York City, Los Angeles, El Paso, San Diego, Dallas, Houston, Des Moines, San Antonio, Springfield, Chicago, Sacramento, Topeka, Lansing & Lincoln.